In this episode, Robin and Josh discuss the classic movie Pulp Fiction. It's pretty good, there are exciting times and murderers and Uma Thermon. And Kathy Griffin. And Bruce Willis and John Travolta and other. Topic: pulp fiction
The Shadow! Doc Savage! The Avenger! The Phantom Detective! All were spawned from the flame and fury of World War corruption, and society's hunger for lightning justice and relentless vindication. Yet one alone towered above the others in bringing blazing retaliation to murderous cults and criminal masterminds. He is pulp fiction's most sensational judge, jury, and executioner!! He is THE SPIDER--Master of Men! Topics: Ebooks, pulp fiction
LibriVox recording of The Cross Brand by Max Brand. Read in English by David Wales Jack Bristol shot the sheriff and stole his horse. He rode off, not into the sunset, but into the mountains. The mountain man held him captive for months and then released him. Why? And why did the girl scream with terror when she saw his face? Read this 1922 pulp Western to find the answers. Max Brand was one of many pseudonyms used by Frederick Schiller Faust (1892 – 1944), an American author known primarily... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, western, pulp fiction
"Published in All-Story Weekly magazine in late 1915, early 1916, Polaris of the Snows was one of the first and most successful scientific romances in the tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs hugely successful Tarzan novels. The parallels between the two series were obvious to readers of the time, from the distinctive names of the heroes, to their fabulous strength, extending even to their titles - Tarzan of the Apes compared to Polaris of the Snows. Still, despite the similarities to the... Topics: pulp fiction, lost world, superhuman
In which Jaime sees "The Pulp Fiction" for the first time (from the director of "The Reservoir Dogs") and Ryan becomes Six Degrees champion with an unlikely movie. Topics: pulp fiction, movie mandates, podcast
LibriVox recording of The Slayer of Souls by Robert W. Chambers. Read in English by Lynne Thompson; Mike Pelton; Kathleen Moore; Matt Butcher; jwilliams17 Tressa Norne is an American living in China. After her life was spared during a revolution in the area, Tressa finds herself taken as a slave and forced to serve Erlik, a demon-god, and his cult. She ends up escaping back to America, but only to find that she is being followed by the Secret Service, and her former masters. (Ann Boulais) For... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, romance, Occult, pulp fiction
byZofijini ljubimci, Društvo za razvoj filmske kulture
Pred vami je še ena, že dokaj poletna edicija radijske – filmu posvečene serije - Filmsko vrtoglavo. In kakšen je menu za današnjo - zadnjo oddajo pred nastopom Marševe poletne programske sheme? Po seriji glasbenih izdelkov, ki so inspiracijo črpali pri filmu Pulp Fiction, se danes za finale skozi oddajo posvečamo ravno temu soundtracku, očetu in materi vseh sodobnih soundtrackov. Preostalo bo v duhu oddaje, zaznamovano s šundom. Tako bo izzvenela Kinoštanca, Edukacija, še posebej... Topics: Oddaja, Filmsko vrtoglavo, MARŠ, Pulp Fiction
Program #509, October 30, 2010. It's all in who you know and how you know 'em, I've been told. 1- Informal Leadership is a technique that women excel at. It's all about networking. Dr. Marcia Smart. 2- Another take on networking, from a scientist: Dr. Judy Parrish. 3- Pulp fiction helped to generate connections among the nacent lesbian community of the 1950's. Music: We are All Connected, Andrea Whaley Topics: networking, network, connect, lesbian, pulp fiction
LibriVox recording of Juju by Murray Leinster. Read in English by David Wales A 1919 pulp-press tale of deepest darkest Africa. - Summary by david wales For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. For more free audio books or to become a volunteer reader, visit LibriVox.org . M4B Audiobook (74MB) Topics: librivox, audiobooks, adventure, africa, pulp fiction
Startling Stories appears to have started in the mid-1940s? The artwork is still good in the post-war era, it seems to lag in the early to mid-1950s? These are only the front covers. The last image is from a DVD of 97 issues which were scanned and made into an e-book (electronic-book). Topics: Startling Stories, Pulp Fiction, Herbert Booker, Post-War America
Hello! Welcome to another episode of the Power Cords POWERCAST! This week, the crew discusses Marshal's Top 10 Best Movie Deaths, and few that just barely missed the list; have a lengthy discussion on the recent Diablo 3 beta; Marshal, Nick, and Kyle get into MTG, and we close out with our thoughts on the most recent episode of Game of Thrones. Download below, and be sure to leave a comment or send us your questions at email@example.com! See you next week. Topics: podcast, videogames, film, humor, pwrcords.com, powercast, diablo, pulp fiction
http://www.moviesyoushouldlove.com Movies You Should Love with Loren and Scott. This episode is about Pulp Fiction, number 94 on AFI's Top 100 list. Movies You Should Love is like film school without the tuition. Loren and Scott take on classic and current films and break them down, explaining what makes them tick and why people love them today. In our weekly (well, usually weekly) film discussion, we pick apart, analyze, critique, mock, and dig into both classic films, mediocre movies, and... Topics: movie, review, podcast, film school, analysis, pulp fiction
LibriVox recording of Short Stories from Locomotive Engineers Journal, Volume 52. Read in English by LibriVox Volunteers These short stories are taken from the Locomotive Engineers Journal, Volume 52 which covers the year, 1918. Don't expect any trains -- these are short works on many subjects, including romance, adventure, humor, etc. -- of 5 to 15 minutes in length, by minor pulp fiction writers of the day, including Agnes Brogan, Pauline Richards, Warren Miller, Clarissa Mackie, and Xeno... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, romance, Detective, WWI, Americana, pulp fiction
An all-new audio drama from 63audio, "The Better Man" is based on an Untamed Frontier-Fiction short story of the same name by Harold DePolo, currently in the public domain. This is Episode 7 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", a planned series of 12 dramas, each based on a different pulp fiction genre, and created in the style of Old-Time Radio. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz. All materials such as sound effects and incidental music in this production were sourced... Topics: OTR, audiodrama, audio, drama, adventure, yukon, Pete Lutz, pulp fiction
Community radio show that explores the American psyche by pairing music, comedy bits, and old time radio with movies in a very "tongue in cheek" way. This particular episode features the movie "Pulp Fiction." For more info: www.facebook.com/ohbejoyfulamericanradiohour or www.ohbejoyfulamericanradiohour.tumblr.com Topics: Oh Be Joyful American Radio Hour, Pulp Fiction, Community Radio
LibriVox recording of The Mysteries of London by George W. M. Reynolds. Read in English by Cori Samuel; Bellona Times; Dave Wills; Kaytee2407; Annapurna; ashleighjane; Lynne Thompson; ElleyKat; Alan Weyman; NatalieOram; Rosie; Michele Eaton; nbvoices; Ravi Shankar; Lisa Phelps Gonzalez; Gabriela Cowan; rookieblue; Rapunzelina; southernemma; Steve C; Judy Guinan The Mysteries of London was a best-selling novel in mid-Victorian England. The first series was published in weekly instalments from... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobooks, adventure, victorian, mysteries, pulp fiction, soap opera
For your listening pleasure and convenience, we bring you the entire second season of Pulp-Pourri Theatre on a single page. PPT is an anthology audio drama series, showcasing plays adapted from or inspired by pulp fiction. PPT stars the Narada Radio Company and was conceived, produced and directed by Pete Lutz. For specific credits visit the individual show page, which can be found by clicking on "Pete Lutz" above. Episodes with * indicate guest playwright. All others are either... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Pete Lutz, audio drama, pulp fiction, old-time radio
LibriVox recording of Sex Life of the Gods, by Michael Knerr. Beth Danson was about twenty-five and, besides her deep auburn-brown hair and lovely face, she boasted an equally attractive body. He found himself captivated by the warm thrust of her breasts beneath the silk blouse. The clear milk of her flesh, at the “V” of her throat excited him in a strange way. When he thought of her as his wife, it was frightening. It was as though someone had tossed him a woman and expected him to just... Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, sci fi, sex, pulp fiction, romance, fantasy Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY (R) An all-new audio drama from 63audio, "The Medici Boots" is adapted from a story of the same name by Pearl Norton Swet, which appeared in an issue of the long-running Weird Tales pulp-fiction magazine. Adapted, directed and produced by Pete Lutz. Set in the year 1935, it's the story of John Delameter, his wife Suzanne, and his brother Eric -- it's also the story of a pair of beautifully styled boots, made in the 15th century and cursed in the same era.... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: weird tales, pulp, pulp fiction, pulp-fiction, pearl norton swet, Pete Lutz, narada radio company,...
An all-new audio drama from 63audio, "What Bleeds is What Leads" is based on a Crime-Fiction short story by Don James, originally called "Red Dawn", currently in the public domain. This is Episode 2 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", a planned series of 12 dramas, each based on a different pulp fiction genre, and created in the style of Old-Time Radio. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz. All materials such as sound effects and music in this production were... Topics: audio drama, old-time radio, pulp fiction, theater, theatre, audio, don james, crime, murder,...
An audio drama from 63audio, "The Big Trip Up Yonder" is based on a Science-Fiction short story by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., currently in the public domain (gutenberg.org). This is Season 1, Episode 1 of "Pulp-Pourri Theatre", a series of 12 dramas, each based on a different pulp fiction genre, and created in the style of Old-Time Radio. Adapted, Directed and Produced by Pete Lutz. All materials such as sound effects and music in this production were sourced from the public... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: audio drama, old-time radio, pulp fiction, theater, theatre, audio, kurt vonnegut, science fiction,...
Jules and Vincent are on another mission to retrieve a very important package. Will Santa be able to talk himself out this shit? Topics: Funny or Die Video Archive, Christmas Story, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Santa
The beginning of the episode is a Call of Duty 2 skit, featuring FPS Doug and Jeremy playing as soldiers. They make a reference to Pulp Fiction; Doug says "[m]an, I hope you don't have a watch in your ass". Also, the skit bears a resemblance to the ending of Red vs Blue Episode 8. After the skit, Kyle decides to do an episode solely centering around Dave, because of his online popularity. The next scene involves FPS Doug receiving a new weapon from a friend of Teh_Masterer, and it... Topics: Pure Pwnage, Video Games, Call of Duty 2, Parody, Taxi Driver, Pulp Fiction
Jules and Vincent are on another mission to retrieve a very important package. Will Santa be able to talk himself out this shit? Topics: Funny or Die Video Archive, Merry Christmas, Pulp Christmas, Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarrantino,...
In this episode, Mr. Mendo lists the 7 worst things about Forrest Gump, the tale of a simpleminded buffoon who somehow lucks into having the greatest life ever, while everyone around him suffers and dies horribly. Join Mendo as he rights some wrongs, solves the Kennedy assassination, exposes the fascist ideology of Tom Hanks, reveals what's in Marsellus Wallace's briefcase, and takes a cue from the film itself by raping as many classic pop songs of the '60s and '70s as humanly possible. Topics: forrest gump, tom hanks, sally field, robin wright, gary sinise, robert zemeckis, best picture,...